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Guests, with a free registration you can access a wealth of information regarding the ACG System including numerous published articles, conference presentations, case studies, videos, and more. You can also share your feedback and challenges, and receive special invites to exclusive webinars and other events.

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ACG SYSTEM BIBLIOGRAPHY

The Johns Hopkins ACG System Bibliography provides links to more than 900 papers and reports from across the globe detailing various studies utilizing the ACG System in a variety of locations, populations, and innovative applications.

Click below to view the full list of publications or search for papers or reports from a specific country, author, or topic of interest.

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Research and Publications Utilizing the ACG System Chris Forrest, MD, PhD, Professor of Pediatrics and Health Care Management, University of Pennsylvania and Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, and ACG System co-developer discusses how the ACG System stemmed from research, the hundreds of papers and reports from across the globe detailing studies utilizing the ACG System in a variety of locations, populations, and innovative applications, the ACG System Bibliography word cloud, and how this information is being used. He further describes in detail 3 of these studies, and future research directions.

RESEARCH AND PUBLICATIONS UTILIZING THE ACG SYSTEM: Chris Forrest, MD, PhD, Professor of Pediatrics and Health Care Management, University of Pennsylvania and Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, and ACG System co-developer discusses how the ACG System stemmed from research, the hundreds of papers and reports from across the globe detailing studies utilizing the ACG System in a variety of locations, populations, and innovative applications, the ACG System Bibliography word cloud, and how this information is being used. He further describes in detail 3 of these studies, and future research directions.

 

 

ACG SYSTEM DOCUMENTATION

The documents below are available only to licensed ACG System users. If you have an ACG System license please log in/register (indicating Licensed User status) or if you need help please email info@HopkinsACG.org. If you do not have an ACG System license click here to find out how to obtain one.

ACG SYSTEM CONFERENCES

The ACG System is characterized by excellence in both research and practice. We often gather ACG System users, Johns Hopkins faculty, and other population health experts from around the world to discuss our positive impact in various populations, innovative applications, upcoming developments, and more.

 

CONFERENCE MATERIALS:

 

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THE STARFIELD AWARD

Remembering Barbara Starfield

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This prestigious award was established in honor of Dr. Barbara Starfield, Johns Hopkins University distinguished Professor and co-developer of the Johns Hopkins ACG® System. The Starfield Award acknowledges her legacy by recognizing the best use of the ACG System in three areas:

  • Addressing multi-morbidity in patients and populations
  • Reducing disparities in the delivery of primary health care
  • Improving population health

Previous Award Winners

 

The Application Process & Timetable
The deadline for applying is Friday January 17, 2020. Applicants will be notified of the outcome of their application by Friday February 14, 2020.

Benefits of Applying

As the winner of the 2020 Starfield Award your organization will benefit from:

  • A US$2,000 contribution to your travel costs to attend the 2020 Johns Hopkins ACG System International Conference on May 13-14, 2020 in Baltimore, Maryland
  • The opportunity to present the winning project at the conference
  • Publicity about your work through our website and other media

Application Format

Please submit your application as an MS Word document. Applications should have a maximum word count of 2,500 words. We suggest the following format to your application, but variations are permitted.

Further Information

Further information is available via your local ACG System representative, or from Chad Abrams for applicants from North America or Alan Thompson for applicants outside of North America.

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SUPPORT

After you have carefully reviewed the documentation supplied with the latest software release, we welcome your inquiries on any topic of relevance to your use of the ACG System within your organization.

Technical support is available during standard business hours by contacting your designated account representative directly:

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866-287-9243
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Iasist
+34-933-014-061
aarias@iasist.com

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+49-30-9985100
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Ensolution AB
+46 (0)709-90 00 30
andreas.johansson@ensolution.se

 

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Sollis
+01372 847525
enquiries@sollis.co.uk

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